Poem courtesy of John Coleman Havoc Shore today, blooming with flowers, fauna and trees on the Clyde shore in Dumbarton. Readers’ pictures
Jackie Baillie, the Council Offices in Church Street and the Coat of Arms. By Bill Heaney West Dunbartonshire’s Council’s social work services are a shambles
By Julie Millar Argyll and Bute has secured £1.7m the Scottish Government’s Timber Transport Fund. The council has been successful in getting the largest share of the
Wherever I look, north, south, east or west, there is something that appeals to me as a Scotsman, there is something to stir one’s heart, something to make one feel that we are representatives of a distinct nationality
HM Naval Base Clyde will be home to all of the UK’s submarines by 2020. As one of the largest employers in Scotland, it is increasing the number of people employed there from around 6,800 now to approximately 8,200 by 2022.
Scottish Government departments failing on freedom of information By Rob Edwards, investigative journalist The efforts of departments in the Scottish Government to improve their freedom of information performance have been “disappointing”, according to Scotland’s information watchdog. The Scottish Information Commissioner, Daren Fitzhenry, has named six government departments for “declining” or “uneven” progress in meeting deadlines for […]